Brain and mood changes over 2 years in healthy controls and adults with heart failure and ischaemic heart disease
Aims: Heart failure (HF) has been associated with cognitive dysfunction, a high prevalence of mood disorders, and a relative loss of grey matter in several brain regions. This study aimed to determine if, compared with controls with and without ischaemic
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